Bringing in the most money are Assistant Professors — their earnings average approximately $75K annually. Research Scientists are a close second at about $73K along with Non-Profit Organization Program Coordinators ($50K) and Lecturers ($49K). With salaries averaging around $22K, Graduate Teaching Assistants are among the lowest paid at University of Maryland (UMD).
Years of Experience
Those who have five to nine years of work experience see average salaries of $53K per year. When we consider tenure, a substantial portion of employees (30 percent) have been working for one to four years and make $46K annually on average.
When it comes to location, the highest average paycheck ($64K per year) can be spotted in Baltimore, Md.; Washington, DC (approximately $56K), the company's headquarter city of College Park, Md. (about $52K), and Annapolis, Md. (around $45K) are the next top-paying cities. Across University of Maryland (UMD)'s U.S. offices, employees in the state of District of Columbia earn the most, taking home $56K annually.
Certifications and Degrees
Salaries approach about $63K per year for Project Management Professionals; non-accredited workers make much less. On average, salaries rise to $46K annually for accredited Certified ServSafe Food Handlers. Regarding salaries and education, University of Maryland (UMD) pays those with a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) the most — $75K.
When it comes to skills, employees who report Financial Reporting among their abilities seem to make the most, reporting a median income of $65K per year. Customer Service is considered a run-of-the-mill skill; about one in eight of University of Maryland (UMD)'s people use it regularly. Other skills in demand are Project Management, Microsoft Office, and Counseling.
Benefits and Perks
The company does pay out vacation and sick days, but these benefits are received by only one in three workers. Workers wishing to put aside retirement money are in luck; University of Maryland (UMD) sponsors various plans such as a 403(b) plan and a 401(k) plan. A large number of workers receive health insurance, and a fair number of survey participants get dental coverage. Privileges also include tuition reimbursement, a casual working environment, and life insurance.